• Serves 3
  • 30 minutes
  • Difficulty Easy
  • 10 Ingredients


Prep Time: 15 minutes
Cooking Time: 15 minutes

Ingredients (serves 3)

  • 2-3 tablespoons Vegetable oil
  • 2-3 cloves Garlic, finely chopped
  • 250g Pork neck, finely sliced
  • 10 Small prawns
  • 1/2 Medium cabbage, shredded, 1 cm width OR equivalent amount of Chinese cabbage, choy sum or boy choy, sliced into 4cm pieces
  • 3 tablespoons Thick soy (sometimes called caramel soy but it is NOT kecap manis or dark soy)
  • 2 tablespoons Oyster sauce
  • 1 tablespoon Light soy
  • 500g Hokkien Noodles
  • 2 cups Chicken stock or water


  1. Heat oil in a medium sized wok and sauté garlic until slightly golden.
  2. Combine pork and prawns in wok and stir fry until cooked through and then add cabbage. Stir fry for a further 2 mins.* *If using other Asian greens (which are a more watery vegetable), add at the end while noodles are simmering, so as not to overcook the vegetables. You want them to retain a nice crunch.
  3. Add caramel soy, oyster sauce, light soy, noodles and chicken stock or water. Simmer until cabbage and noodles are just tender and stock has reduced a little. Serve immediately.

  • Oh this is so my thing. Yes please


  • a nice way to get some pork on your fork


  • Mr Ping can you please come cook this at my home??


  • I’ve definitely got to try this as everyone in the family loves chinese food.


  • This sounds delicious and just like a dish we enjoyed on our Thailand trip recently. Yum.


  • This looks and sounds fantastic – will be trying this out soon.


  • I love noodles !! They look so yummm ! Thanks for sharing this wonderful recipe !! Cant wait to try it!


  • The name cracks me up every time it comes on my wall LOL


  • It looks like authentic Chinese in the picture. I’ve always found Poh to be a very entertaining chef to watch and she makes delicious look so simple. I look forward to trying this


  • This sounds like it would be very tasty.


  • found this whilst looking for something to do with a Chicken breast for my son’s tea. Hopefully, it will workout ok, I’m vego so everything is a hopefully, lol, but cant see why not. Love Poh’s food, usually quick & easy.


  • Having just returned from Thailand last month, I’m really missing the yummy food we had there. This is definitely a recreation of something similar I had over there.


  • I don’t think I’m able to make this recipe for my hub as a vegetarian :(

    • Try using fried tofu in place of meat. or just add carrots,onion, cauli or broc to bulk it up


  • Yum! Poh you are a star with flavours… Cannot wait to make this.


  • Sounds so delicious.y daughter loves noodles


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